Around New England
The main campus of NAA – New England is located in Concord, Massachusetts, with an additional hangar facility at Minute Man Air Field in Stow. This region has much to offer, especially the Greater Boston area. Boston is New England’s largest and most dynamic city. The campus is a mere twenty miles northwest of Boston. Concord is a suburban town with everything one would need close by. It is a thirty minute drive from the heart of the city, which is also accessible by public transportation from the school.
Concord is a historic city, with Minuteman National Park close by, which follows the Battle Road of the American Revolution and has the Paul Revere Capture Site. Nearby is Lexington Green, the site of the first shots of the Revolution in 1775. Other historic points of interest in the Boston area are the U.S.S. Constitution, Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church and Faneuil Hall.
Boston is one of America’s best sports towns, with fans truly dedicated to Boston Red Sox baseball, New England Patriots football, Boston Celtics basketball and Boston Bruins hockey. Larry Bird, Bobby Orr, Ted Williams and Tom Brady are some of the city’s all-time sports greats. With its iconic “Green Monster,” Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium in the country, having celebrated its 100th year in 2012.
Massachusetts has all four distinct seasons, with something to do in the Greater Boston area for each and every one. Skiing, whitewater rafting, beaches, parks, museums and sports are just a few.